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Saturday, May 11 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Little Bites: Writing the Short Horror Film

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The short film, much like the short story, is often overlooked in favor of its larger and longer counterpart. However, short horror films can be an immensely rewarding experience for both their creators and audience. With the help of film festivals and the internet, short films can even evolve into full-sized monsters, as proven by films like CARGO (2013) and LIGHTS OUT (2013).   This panel will explore where to find ideas, how to contain a narrative to ten pages, and what venues to explore once the script is complete.

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Lenore Sagaskie

Author, artist, nomad. I write novels, short stories and screenplays. I've worked on film sets. I'm interested in everything from anime to horror and I love horror films. Vincent Price and Bruce Campbell are my idols.

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Asher Ellis

Vermonter, educator, screenwriter and noveler. Er, I mean, novelist. Author of THE REMEDY (Full Fathom Five), the forthcoming PET (Stitched Smile), and screenwriter of the award-winning films EXIT 7A (Hammer & Saw ) and MY NAME IS ART (Think Speak Films). Stories have most recently... Read More →
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Brad C. Hodson

Administrator, Horror Writers Association
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Lynne Hansen

Artist, Lynne Hansen Art
Horror artist who specializes in book covers. Clients include Cemetery Dance, Thunderstorm Books, Jonathan Maberry, Jeff Strand, Christopher Golden, Rick Hautala, Amber Benson, James A. Moore, and more. See my portfolio at http://www.LynneHansenArt.com.

Saturday May 11, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am EDT
Berkey Room